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Sharon Stone opened up to Vogue Arabia about her thoughts on natural aging and how a younger man she was once dating asked if she used Botox. The relationship ended shortly after.
In Stone’s September cover story for Vogue Arabia, she spoke about her experience dating the young man and how their relationship changed when he asked if she used Botox.
She remembers telling him that they’d probably both get a nice ego boost if she did, but that wasn’t something that was in the cards for her. The relationship ended soon after, but Stone didn’t let that get to her and she pointed out that she didn’t want someone in her life who only valued her beauty.
“I saw him one more time after that and then he wasn’t interested in seeing me anymore,” Stone told the magazine. “If you don’t see me for more than that, please find your way out.”
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There’s a good reason the “Basic Instinct” star has chosen not to use injectables to reverse the aging process. She admits to wearing them when she was younger, but has effectively discarded them.
A bad experience with Botox, which led to health complications, caused her to change her perspective on Botox and other injectables.
“There were periods in super fame when I got Botox and fillers and stuff, and then I had this massive stroke and nine-day brain hemorrhage, and I had to have over 300 Botox injections and fillers to do the side of my face. reappeared,” he explained.
His health problem related to injectables and its need in his recovery process changed the way he viewed them. They went from being a “nice luxury” to “a kind of massive and painful neurological necessity”.
Stone now prefers to celebrate her looks just the way they are, as evidenced by her Instagram post earlier this summer, in which she posed topless in a pool.
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“I posted it because I feel like women become invisible once we become moms, and you’re 45 and people walk past you like you’re not there,” the 64-year-old actress shared.
The photo was taken during a fun afternoon when she and her friends took turns taking photos and making each other feel good about themselves.
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Stone explained that she and her friends have made a deal to constantly try to boost each other’s self-esteem because “life doesn’t always make you feel like a winner as you get older.”